StructId : Hide details Abstract : The Convention on Biological Diversity CBD is struggling to deliver tangible results, or at least results in line with its ambition to halt biodiversity loss. Its current Strategic Plan ends inand most of the Aichi Targets 1 are far from being achieved.
If the Parties to the CBD want to give the impression that they are doing more than simply postponing the targets they have failed to achieve, Options cerich of the CBD, which will be held in Beijing inwill undoubtedly need to reorganise the global framework for biodiversity in the post period in order to make it more effective. COP14 must determine the preparatory process, but little attention is currently given to the legal nature of this framework, whether in formal discussions or among civil society actors closely associated with the CBD.
However, with a view to strengthening the momentum and the effectiveness of the CBD as an international convention, the discussions cannot afford to ignore the legal options cerich.
The various legal options that exist for the post framework will have different implications for the legal force and the architecture of the CBD regime, and thus potentially for its implementation. Document type :.